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Tech News Recap for the Week of 11/01/21

If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s our recap of tech stories you may have missed the week of 11/01/21!

IT Operations







  • FBI: Ransomware groups tying attacks to 'significant financial events'

  • US offers $10 million reward for information on DarkSide leaders, $5 million for affiliates

  • Cybersecurity, the pandemic and the 2021 holiday shopping season: A perfect storm

  • US government orders federal agencies to patch 100s of vulnerabilities

  • IT's most 'anxiety-inducing' cyberattacks of 2021

  • Cisco Talos reports new variant of Babuk ransomware targeting Exchange servers

  • Voice phishing attack spoofs Amazon to steal credit card information

  • Report: More than half of organizations do not effectively defend against cyberattacks


Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!

By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist

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